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|Edwin van der Sar confirms Champions League final will be his last game for Manchester United|
Edwin van der Sar has confirmed that this weekend’s Champions League final against Barcelona will be his last game in a Manchester United shirt.
The 40-year-old revealed that he has had a few moments of doubt concerning his retirement plans, since celebrating the English Premier League title with victory over Blackpool at the weekend, however the match at Wembley will be his last.
“You always have second doubts and everything,” the Dutchman told Sky Sports.
“It’s been great, but let’s look forward to Saturday and just make sure you win one more game in your life and that will be the end.”
The keeper, who joined from Fulham back in 2005, has enjoyed his time in Manchester, and feels honoured to still be playing for such a renowned club.
He continued: “It’s great of course, I had an unbelievable six years and it’s unbelievable at my age and everything to still play for a team like this, and it’s really been enjoyable.”
Manchester United will start as heavy underdogs against a side in Barcelona that are being touted as one of the greatest club teams in the history of the game.